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TRAINING PROGRAM FOR SPECIAL PROGRAMS

STAFF AND LEADERSHIP PERSONNEL

(CFDA No. 84.103)

I. PROGRAM PROFILE

Legislation: Higher Education Act of 1965, Title IV, as amended by
P.L 96-3)4 (20 U.S.C. 1070d, 1070d-ld). (Expires September 30, 1985)

Funding Since 1980;
Fiscal Year

Authorization \J

Appropriation I/

Allocation I/

1980
	$200,000,000
	$147,500,000                  $2,000,000

1981
	200,000,000
	156,500,000                   1,000,000

1982
	165,000,000 2/
	150,240,000                       960,000

1983
	170,000,000
	154,740,000                       960,000

1984
	170,000,000
	164,740,000                       960,000

Purpose:    To
	provide training   for  staff  and leadership personnel   who  are
	
employed 1n,
	or   preparing   for   employment
	1n,   Special    Services,   Upward

Bound, Talent Search, or Educational Opportunity Centers programs. Training
for local project personnel is designed to improve their skills In leader-
ship, management, academic Instruction, and counseling.

Eligibility:
5fTt

_____ Institutions of higher education, public and private non-
profit agencies and organizations are eligible for grants. Participants
may include leadership personnel, full- and part-time staff, and Individuals
preparing for employment as staff or leadership personnel in projects
under the Special Programs.

H. RESPONSE TO GEPA 417(a)
A. Goals and Object1yes

During FY 1984, the Department's principal objectives for this program
were to:

o Publish funding priorities for the Training Program based on the
Secretarial Goals for 1984.

o Consult with persons 1n regional and State professional associations
with special knowledge of training needs of the Special Programs.

o Establish procedures for evaluating the experience of previously funded
Training Program applicants.d. The data system